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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Review: Thymes Frasier Fir Bar Soap



Because I have a compromised immune system, I wash my hands constantly. I use liquid soaps, bar soaps, and hand sanitizers. My hands end up very dry as a result of this. I want soap that doesn’t dry out my hands so much. I also want fragrances that are pleasing to me and my husband and kids, who have to use the soaps too.

I was excited to receive the Thymes Frasier Fir Bar Soap. Most would think that this would be limited to just the holidays, but it’s not. This soap is a good addition to the home for the entire winter season. The soap itself is 5.5 oz. ($10.00) and its fragrance comes from Siberian Fir needles, Cedarwood, Sandalwood and Musk. All of this together makes the Frasier Fir a strong yet not displeasing scent. The soap itself is an all vegetable soap combining glycerin and crushed apricot kernels to exfoliate and gently cleanse.


Unwrap the soap and find an adorable tree on the large square bar soap. Wash with it and the later is very creamy. After rinsing it leaves hands soft and lightly scented with the Frasier Fir scent. I like it because my hands don’t feel dry. This is the type of item that is great to keep around during the winter, Thymes is promoting their Frasier fir collection right now: http://www.thymes.com/Fragrances/Frasier-Fir/, they have a cleaner, various candles, dishwashing liquid, hand lotion and home fragrance. For me having these scents around after the holidays can keep the memories alive just a little bit longer…


(This product was sent for consideration, the opinions expressed here are mine alone)


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